Hasty Pudding

Hasty pudding is a pudding or porridge of grains cooked in milk or water. In the United States, it invariably refers to a version OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
made of ground 
corn. Hasty pudding is notably mentioned in a verse of the early American song Yankee Doodle.

Since the 16th century at least, hasty pudding has been a British dish of wheat flour cooked in boiling milk or water until it reaches the consistency of a thick batter or an oatmeal porridge.[1] Hasty pudding was used as a term for the latter byHannah Glasse in The Art of Cookery (1747).

 

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